Vanilla Place Guest House
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It's Monday June 29th, we fly out tomorrow around noon. Fly to Bangkok lay over for about 1 1/2 hrs and on to Phnom Penh for our next adventure. We have mixed feelings about leaving. After being here for two plus months we have had a ton of great experiences and will leave behind some good friends. We did complete our TEFL program and are now fully qualified to teach English as a foreign language...I know, sometimes when I speak it ...
Today was a long day. I am glad I went ahead and went to meditation and asanas. When you really don't feel like going to something, the best thing to do is TO GO. Dragging yourself and sucking it up ...
... been blaaady good!
We've just spent two nights in Bangkok, getting stuff sorted out, eating in more food courts and shopping in the Tesco Lotus scab isle... (you can take a girl outta Lewisham...). You'd be surprised how flippin long it actually takes to organise all the stuff like photos, video footage and actually write these blog entries. Then theres all the rest of the stuff like looking for places to stay, writing trip advisor reviews (because I just can't ...
For lunch we went to this Thai restaurant which is probably my favorite place so far. The food was delicious as always, but you were able to eat outside under Thai style umbrellas, sound of a waterfall fountain, and so many different types of plants, flowers and trees. It's all about the atmosphere. Plus it helped that it was a perfect blue sky, sunny and 75 day.
We headed/rushed back to the hospital because L&D had two cases and we wanted to get ...
Wow, today started with meditation at 6:30am and ended with a deeper look into several asanas (postures/yoga poses) at 6:30pm. Then was dinner, and we were all exhausted but mostly in good spirits! I was feeling quite anxious and tired throughout the day, but I felt much better once the sun went down (haha!) and I had a chance to catch up with other people. Talking to my classmates at dinner and getting briefly connected on Skype with Christoffer really helped :)